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Members, suppliers embrace 'The Future of Quarrying'

Clayton Hill writes that the IQA conference in Geelong is a reflection of overwhelming feedback from IQA members and the sold out trade exhibition a vindication of the Institute and the industry's professional development objectives. Read more »

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Planning for the next phase of industry progression, growth

With the increased emphasis on safety and competency from within and outside the industry, Clayton Hill writes that the IQA's next strategic plan will reflect the future aspirations of its members and the broader industry. Read more »

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Is our appetite for risk increasing?

In the light of recent fatalities in the Australian extractive industry, Clayton Hill queries whether quarries and mines are too concerned with abiding with - and not paying enough attention to the effective implementation of - the safety and risk prevention controls that are meant to protect workers. Read more »

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Challenging ourselves, our records on safety?

Despite the regulation it abides by and the training and education available, failures in safety are still occurring in the industry. IQA President Clayton Hill queries "Why?" Is it to do with the industry simply being busier? Is the safety message simply not getting out? And what can the industry do to improve that message? Read more »

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IQ Connect to promote global growth, opportunities

Liaising with the Institute's international peers about education and training is one way of ascertaining how advanced the IQA itself is in delivering its own programs successfully, and how it can also assist its peers to grow. Clayton Hill explains. Read more »

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Countering incorrect perceptions about the industry

With social media increasingly becoming a potent tool in raising opposition to quarrying applications, Clayton Hill outlines what the IQA is doing in its own use of social media to set the record straight and turn around false perceptions. Read more »

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Training portfolio to be expanded for supplier members

With suppliers to the quarrying industry accounting for nearly a third of the Institute's membership, IQA President Clayton Hill acknowledges the importance of this segment and has a positive announcement in the offing ... Read more »

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Education pathways for workers in a demanding environment

With the quarrying industry competing for talent at a time when the current generation of the workforce is spoiled for choice, Clayton Hill outlines some of the IQA's initiatives for vocational and educational training - for new entrants and long-term industry members ... Read more »

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Gearing up for a busy 2019 in professional development

The IQA is poised to revamp its education and training offerings this year. Clayton Hill explains the benefits of the revamped program for members and how it will contribute to sustainable growth and longevity for the Institute ... Read more »

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Celebrating the wins and successes of 2018

As we wind up for another year, Clayton Hill urges IQA members to take a step back and appreciate and celebrate what they have achieved over the past 12 months. Read more »

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Sharing best environmental practice within the industry

The extractive industry isn't credited enough for its work in the environment and sustainability space. Clayton Hill outlines the work the IQA does to showcase the industry's best environmental practices. Read more »

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New talent to enhance quarrying institute

As the IQA prepares for a busy end to the year, Clayton Hill advises of changes at the helm designed to continue the Institute's commitment to quality education. Read more »

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Promoting the Institute to the rest of the world

The Institute of Quarrying worldwide has always been about growth. IQA President Clayton Hill discusses a new global fund initiative which will advance the value of education in the quarrying space in future years. Read more »

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Volunteers, contributors the lifeblood of the Institute

The IQA wouldn't be a relevant, relatable institution, without the incredible voluntary work of its members, says Clayton Hill. Read more »

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Embracing social media and new communications platforms

As Millennials are increasingly becoming the largest generation by population percentage globally, the use of social media and other communications technologies to engage them has never been more important. Clayton Hill reflects on how the IQA has used these platforms to date and why IQA members, regardless of age, should be taking advantage of them. Read more »

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